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Archive for October, 2011

8
Oct

uoy evol I

Ask her if she trust you, blind fold her, take her blouse off, lay her on her stomach… paint a beautiful mural on her back that reads
“uoy evol I”
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Remember the simple things

6
Oct

Wash her feet

Don’t forget the simple things

Before she gets home from a hard day of work, fill a large bowl with warm fragrant soapy water. Take a towel and some scented lotion, lay them all at the foot of a relaxing chair in a candlelit room. Don’t forget soft music and the strawberries within her reach.

3
Oct

FREE COLLEGE FOR ALL – MY PAYFORWARD PLAN

I think college should be free for everyone.  At the very least, give students an option to pay tuition as they attend, or the FREE option. All State subsidized State schools such as City colleges and Cal States tuitions are paid by tax payers due to heavy subsidies. Yale, Stanford, USC, Long Beach City College, El Comino Community College and UNLV.  Let everyone in.  Why not?   Schools have different tuitions due to perceived prestige which locks many lower class people out. Tuitions also reflect  the different learning experience college camouses provide.  In order to attract the top professors, Universities must have the means to pay the instructor more than other schools.  Professors chose to teach at school according to the pay, prestige and quality of students. These all equate to how much money and effort schools spend to accommodate a rich educational experience.  So Universities compete for the best minds to teach at their Universities.  The professors also chose schools to tout an advanced student-body.  The more difficult the admissions process, the academically better the student-body is.  Speaking from experience, most professors wants to teach tomorrow’s leaders, not tomorrow’s average person.  That distinction determines the quality of the professor’s life’s work.  Just as a college coach wants his players to go to the pros.  Currently tuition for poor and lower middle class students are being paid or subsidized by taxes through State schools or government grants.  Upper middle class and wealthy people have to pay tuition directly for their children. These families of means who pay higher tax rates are also paying for other families tuitions through taxation.  Effectively the more one makes, the more one has to pay to educate all of society. 

So how about if colleges have an option to students to not pay tuition upfront, but charge a “payforward”, which is a percentage of lifetime earnings (LTEP) collected through the IRS tax process? Moneies would be routed directly to individules alma mater.  For example, if the two colleges were free, which would you prefer:

USC or Cal State Fresno?  But USC would collect 2.75% of your gross income annually for the rest of your life, and Fresno said they would collect 1.50% of your lifetime earnings?  Do the calculations by figuring what your average annual income would be with a degree from USC, multiplying that by 40 years of income, then multiply that number by .0275 to get your entire tuition.  Then calculate what your expected average annual income would be with a degree from Fresno and multiply that by 40 years of income, and multiply that number by .015. Read moreRead more